Vociferous executive member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Tema East Constituency, Mr. Stephen Ashitey Adjei, has urged former President Mahama to disengage himself from looters under his regime.
According to Mr Ashitey Adjei, popularly known as Moshake, Mr. Mahama was making a mockery of the NDC by seeking to lead again.
“You see, I keep raising this issue and nobody seems to be paying attention; we will be making a repeat of the situation, where Mahama is taking advice from people with dubious characters, while ignoring the party when he was President. This was one of the reasons our Founder was estranged from our party.
“He has not learnt his lessons and still has his ears in the house of such elements …what advice do we think that they can give him.
“Or else, he should step down from the flagbearership contest,” Moshake said.
He said the arrangement made former President Mahama to make decisions that went against the NDC in 2016 polls.
“Mr. Mahama after these mistakes, which led to our worst defeat ever in the history of our party, is still maintaining this relationship and trying to run to lead our party again.
He should show respect to us in the NDC and disengage himself from such leaders if he wants to lead the NDC,” Moshake said.